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WWE faces sexual harassment suit
By SLAM! Wrestling


Ric Flair, Scott Hall, Dustin Rhodes and the WWE have all been named in a sexual harassment suit filed in Arizona.

As reported in the The Arizona Republic, several flight attendants who work for the Phoenix-based SportsJet claim that during a return trip from Europe on May 20 of 2002, a number of the WWE talent groped them.

Specifically, the attendants allege that Flair "wore only a jeweled cape, flashed his penis and forced a flight attendant to touch his crotch". Hall "asked a flight attendant to give him oral sex and licked the face of another attendant" while Runnels "grabbed one attendant and said they were going to have sex".

Jerry Moyes (head of the Phoenix Coyotes), the Phoenix Suns and the Arizona Diamondbacks own SportsJet, which itself is being investigated by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.